Comic Culture March 16th

This week hosts Chris Owen and Walter Durajlija tackle issues as wide ranging as the trouble plagues Spider-Man musical, the Wonder Woman TV series, the Conan movie trailer, getting ready for comic book conventions and lots more. So kick back, relax and enjoy  Comic Culture, the radio show full of possibilities.

Comic Culture is produced by Anthony Falcone and is engineered by James McIntosh.

Enjoy Comic Culture March 16th 2011 Edition:

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Walter Durajlija
Walter Durajlija is an Overstreet Advisor and Shuster Award winner. He owns Big B Comics in Hamilton Ontario.
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5 Comments

  1. Well Warner Bros has the RASL rights so it makes sense. I did read on the net that Smith was reluctant to get up of the Bone so to speak but I stand corrected. Thanks I,Warren. Puzzling how there is no progress on the Bone front. Its 3 years now since they got the rights and Bone is too big a property to just sit on.

  2. Money. 

    Unless it’s a sequel/remake/based on a toy and/or 80’s tv show, Hollywood seems reluctant to gamble on ‘original’ ideas.

    http://www.gq.com/entertainment/movies-and-tv/201102/the-day-the-movies-died-mark-harris

    “Bone” is a great comic, but it doesn’t have a cartoon/tv series, successful toy line or 40-plus years of back issues to make Hollywood say “Brand Recognition! We can bank on this nostaligia wave!”

    Hollywood’s recently tried to do a slew of big-budget fantasy movies based on popular children’s books with little box-office success (“Cirque Du Freak: Vampire’s Assistant”, “Eragon”, “Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief”, “Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole”, “the Golden Compass” etc etc etc).  Those were works that did have ‘brand recognition’ (at least with the kiddie demographic they were aiming for), and yet they still under-performed for the studios.

    So….it’d cost a lot of money to make, it’s not a sure thing at the box office and they know they can crank out ‘Miley Cyrus and Tyler Lautner in Joannie Loves Chachi: The Musical’ for a fraction of the cost of “Bone” and make thier money back in a weekend.

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